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Title:
Samuel Beckett now; critical approaches to his novels, poetry, and plays.
Author:
Friedman, Melvin J., editor.
Publication Information:
[Chicago] : University of Chicago Press [1970]
Physical Description:
xii, 275 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
With the exception of three essays, an earlier form of this book appeared in French as Configuration critique de Samuel Beckett.
Language:
English
Contents:
Introduction, by M. J. Friedman.--The elusive ego: Beckett's M's, by F. J. Hoffman.--Robbe-Grillet as a critic of Samuel Beckett, by B. Morrissette.--The strange world of Beckett's "grands articulés, " by G. Brée.--Black humor: the pockets of Lemuel Gulliver and Samuel Beckett, by E. Kern.--Beckettian paradox: who is telling the truth? By R. Federman.--Adventures of the first person, by R. Champigny.--Molloy or the quest for meaninglessness: a global interpretation, by D. Hayman.--Interpreting Molloy, by J. Fletcher.--A poet's initiation, by L. E. Harvey.--The laughter of sad Samuel Beckett, by R. Cohn.--Beckett's metaphysics of choiceless awareness, by R. Lamont.--Samuel Beckett: a checklist of criticism, by J. R. Bryer (p. 219-259)
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ISBN:
9780226263465
Format :
Book